Natalie Moller (b. 1990, California) is an American composer.
Moller received her Master of Music degree in composition from the University of Michigan (2014) and a Bachelor of Music degree in composition from the University of Redlands (2011). Her principal teachers included Kristin Kuster and Anthony Suter.
Her passion for collaboration sparks her exploration into the intersections of music, theatre, dance, video games, and film. Most recently, these media-bridging endeavors have manifested as five short film scores, a collective work for musicians and dancers, an hour-long musical drama, and an online collaboration called Triptych with an artist and a writer.
Ms. Moller's music has been performed internationally and by artists such as the University of Michigan Chamber Choir, the Donald Sinta Quartet, and the University of Redlands Wind Ensemble. She is a recent recipient of the Brehm Prize in Choral Composition and the Donald Sinta Quartet National Composition Competition.
Works for Winds
- Natalie Moller, personal correspondence, November 2019
- Natalie Moller website Accessed 3 November 2016